It's no secret that we love a good fashion/dance collaboration, which is why we're fangirling over model Shalom Harlow. And this model took the whole "dance, but make it fashion" vibe to an entirely new level during a Versace photo shoot—and we're in awe. She paired her stylish, spring jumpsuit with an arsenal of dance moves that Michael Jackson himself would be jealous of. Her performance was so captivating that everyone at the shoot couldn't help but cheer her on. Who can blame them—her moves are lit 🔥!


As it turns out, this isn't exactly Harlow's first turn on the dance floor. Before she was sashaying down the runway she trained as a ballet dancer. And even though Harlow's moves aren't the most technically challenging, you have to give the girl props for turning a mere photo shoot into a '70s disco party! Slay queen, slay.

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